The Get Level Sessions

Get Level Podcast Network

There are many people who have a message to give, but they don't have the platform through which to give it. The Get Level Sessions is a podcast show designed to provide the platform for those messages.

Each episode, you'll hear a conversation from a person or group of people in our community. The topics will vary between every episode, and the guests will provide information and stories you may have never heard before.

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Darrin Lautenschleger from Cleveland Clinic Union Hospital hosts Part 2 of this 2-part series that answers key community questions about the new COVID-19 vaccine in Tuscarawas County. The purpose of this podcast is to talk about the COVID-19 vaccine and how important it is for residents of Tuscarawas County – as well as throughout the State of Ohio and the entire nation – to seriously consider receiving the vaccine when it becomes available to them. Our best opportunity to begin to control the coronavirus is by receiving the vaccine when it is available to us, and by continuing to follow the best practices we all have heard repeated frequently: Shelter in place when possible, wear facemasks whenever you are around others, keep a safe distance from others and wash your hands frequently. This podcast is part two of two podcasts addressing the COVID-19 vaccine process. Be sure to check out part one also. Darrin is joined by 6 guests. First, Dr. Nathan Johnson, MD (Cleveland Clinic Union Hospital) and Katie Seward (Commissioner, Tuscarawas County Health Department) answer many commonly-asked questions about the vaccine and the results they're seeing in those who have already been vaccinated (including Dr. Johnson himself). Next, Carla Birney (Superintendent of Dover City Schools) and Randy Lucas (Superintendent and CEO of East Central Ohio Educational Service Center) join the conversation to discuss the impact the vaccine will have on schools, their students and staff. Finally, Senator Jay Hottinger (President Tempore of the Ohio Senate) and Chris Abbuhl (Tuscarawas County Commissioner) explain the efforts being made at both the state and local levels to combat the COVID-19 crisis. https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fwww.tchdnow.org%2F%3Ffbclid%3DIwAR2S2xhNbxPauNmqwCt2pU_DK2T6Tw7puUsFk_r3lcoJn0de6oHDYq-NY-k&h=AT3z0TZiW64KiLf4cIVNmA5yXpDhewBehcnZIu18DVJ7oUqjjekHCBNPUPWBPLedgl8UU7kwQUaRKtRmfr8mU_vXYuBQEIr8BHaPbumAgdnW5tkN54uaRjtvwkPI2gQWjVwv6SM&__tn__=-UK-R&c[0]=AT28bcv0Hsx-RgiSLZenxXQlx5KmEXeGMUKiflWwyMLuqBGUs-BNOuzHYgy38teQwwSRhOZXj-I8r1__W6yVMo_BIeBwILJY8NaooXeI3jMa0JzNuERPDj2-BYs9iFU6jIxFoaNiZXTUEW7Ya40zeCMFbw42wE-gyIvnywM9sKyckAYKSKs30WIKtlbb5sZa2Of8PUn14lb5Zb0- (www.tchdnow.org) http://www.coronavirus.ohio.gov/vaccine?fbclid=IwAR17V07d0vUAJ9L287PQ4rEIIQVD5Y7i5Y380O8aoTL1-vEbltkjJvas5HY (www.coronavirus.ohio.gov/vaccine) http://www.getlevelpod.com/?fbclid=IwAR2Ix1BEufnBItK1XactgGMj-LHfWcrhDrOIk-FvVQpTwpK5RNsKcT-vCl0 (www.getlevelpod.com) Support this podcast

Jan 29

35 min 28 sec

Darrin Lautenschleger from Cleveland Clinic Union Hospital hosts Part 1 of this 2-part series that answers key community questions about the new COVID-19 vaccine in Tuscarawas County. The purpose of this podcast is to discuss the COVID-19 vaccine and how important it is for residents of Tuscarawas County – as well as throughout the State of Ohio and the entire nation – to seriously consider receiving the vaccine when it becomes available to them. Our best opportunity to begin to control the coronavirus is by receiving the vaccine when it is available to us, and by continuing to follow the best practices we all have heard repeated frequently: shelter in place when possible, wear facemasks whenever you are around others, keep a safe distance from others and wash your hands frequently. Darrin is joined by 4 guests. First, Steve Stokey (Executive VP of Allied Machine & Engineering) and Scott Robinson (Executive Director of the Tuscarawas County Chamber of Commerce) discuss how the COVID-19 vaccine affects business and operations in our community. After that, Vickie Ionno (Commissioner, New Philadelphia City Health Department) and Katie Seward (Commissioner, Tuscarawas County Health Department) join the conversation to discuss common questions about COVID-19 and the vaccine. Key questions: Do you or have you already talked with your employees about the importance of the COVID-19 vaccine when it becomes available to them? In your estimation, is the COVID-19 vaccine an important breakthrough in helping all of us begin to break through from the grip of the pandemic? When it comes to wearing masks and following the recommended best practices, does it really matter how big or small a local business or organization is to have success in helping control the spread of the coronavirus? How will the COVID-19 vaccine impact local businesses in a positive way and increase consumer confidence in actually going into a store, less employee absenteeism, etc? With the COVID-19 vaccine now available, is it still important to continue with the safety protocols to wear facial coverings, observe social distancing, and frequent hand-washing? What are the expected side effects from getting the COVID-19 vaccine? Who is the vaccine approved for use for, and should a person who has had COVID-19 be vaccinated? Can the vaccine give a person COVID-19? Support this podcast

Jan 22

18 min 54 sec

With the global pandemic crisis, every industry has taken its tolls. But one of the heaviest hit industries is the arts. David Mitchell is the general manager at the Performing Arts Center at Kent State Tuscarawas, and he joins the show to discuss how COVID has impacted the performing arts both in Tuscarawas County and around the world. When will live shows resume? What new measures and strategies have been researched and implemented moving forward? Will we see new events posted in 2021, or will the industry need more time to recover? All this and more is covered on this episode of The Get Level Sessions. Also, what can we as a community do to help support the arts? Well one way is to buy your tickets for Artober LIVE! Artober LIVE is a fundraising concert to raise awareness about the impact the pandemic has had on the arts community and to help support local artists. This will also be the first live in-house event hosted at the PAC since March. Social distancing protocols will be in place. Tickets are only $10, and they can only be purchased in advance, so call the PAC box office today at 330-308-6400. For more information about Artober LIVE, visit https://www.tuscarawasartspartnership.org/arts-culture-relief-fund (https://www.tuscarawasartspartnership.org/arts-culture-relief-fund). Listen to more podcasts at www.getlevelpod.com! Support this podcast

Oct 2020

58 min 52 sec

Rich Desrosiers, VP of Communications and Public Relations at the https://www.facebook.com/ProFootballHOF/?__tn__=K-R&eid=ARA4PECgz9NqD2Y87REMpgbI_jJ4wLUydgbF7MiWMP3RovPhwxvfn4qNYxz45vNspWasV_-DdA9fKSwV&fref=mentions&__xts__%5B0%5D=68.ARDEYY1WMbNWnFEcD432ky0OliPbxjlD4IkB_NQT_qOjhA72cbnRBE0h5prdMpMz0KuW3vd2S7NlVG7THwE_037Gifgn63dkO5mTksy8sMW4BlbYOHiYRQw9jlSRDpPgpMuQMEnHlnjZrbfWdtDu53NujEHNHWM5evzr6-AEPh7xnijaNf1E8-U2oDRDmT8BF7SLdWD6gm72UQey45baOw_BemivHkN3E4BDUPND1zZujya2urhkzt4ZWNqKcGQ6krIDuWVMXemLjiHwnW547y0sPh8817OehLvbSuCBv0sYzs2WphfD_9hJ2qFb5wHc62fmYkePztGJdiJNj31qSwfkKw7MgQOC_eNzhnZ8hUsSdCM-2g (Pro Football Hall of Fame), joins https://www.facebook.com/joshaul?__tn__=K-R&eid=ARDk3i_C6m-BqaiLoIIhl2W0daInnaZY4HdgEtoNlOWiCybtXt4_GpFNwdTsmawEI-EEryixFZa9I5pS&fref=mentions&__xts__%5B0%5D=68.ARDEYY1WMbNWnFEcD432ky0OliPbxjlD4IkB_NQT_qOjhA72cbnRBE0h5prdMpMz0KuW3vd2S7NlVG7THwE_037Gifgn63dkO5mTksy8sMW4BlbYOHiYRQw9jlSRDpPgpMuQMEnHlnjZrbfWdtDu53NujEHNHWM5evzr6-AEPh7xnijaNf1E8-U2oDRDmT8BF7SLdWD6gm72UQey45baOw_BemivHkN3E4BDUPND1zZujya2urhkzt4ZWNqKcGQ6krIDuWVMXemLjiHwnW547y0sPh8817OehLvbSuCBv0sYzs2WphfD_9hJ2qFb5wHc62fmYkePztGJdiJNj31qSwfkKw7MgQOC_eNzhnZ8hUsSdCM-2g (Josh Aul) and https://www.facebook.com/percigarner?__tn__=K-R&eid=ARAaTcJNm3ESpbZeWewFgNSNoS-5miVc1HHWn9mLsyC5Gmh6puf7tU8f9VIcNjeOJmX6bkvTlCXJAImW&fref=mentions&__xts__%5B0%5D=68.ARDEYY1WMbNWnFEcD432ky0OliPbxjlD4IkB_NQT_qOjhA72cbnRBE0h5prdMpMz0KuW3vd2S7NlVG7THwE_037Gifgn63dkO5mTksy8sMW4BlbYOHiYRQw9jlSRDpPgpMuQMEnHlnjZrbfWdtDu53NujEHNHWM5evzr6-AEPh7xnijaNf1E8-U2oDRDmT8BF7SLdWD6gm72UQey45baOw_BemivHkN3E4BDUPND1zZujya2urhkzt4ZWNqKcGQ6krIDuWVMXemLjiHwnW547y0sPh8817OehLvbSuCBv0sYzs2WphfD_9hJ2qFb5wHc62fmYkePztGJdiJNj31qSwfkKw7MgQOC_eNzhnZ8hUsSdCM-2g (Percival Garner III) to discuss how COVID-19 has impacted the annual Hall of Fame Enshrinement Week. We cover numerous topics: Hear about new and exciting attractions at the Hall Learn about new projects the Hall is working on, including healthcare and insurance for current and former players + the NEW video-on-demand service from the Hall and Bleacher Report Listen to the impacts COVID-19 has made, canceling the entire celebration week BUT you'll hear the plans for Enshrinement Week in 2021 which will be "Twice the Fun in '21" Catch up on the plans for Hall of Fame Village, including the hotel, water park, conference center, restaurants, and more! And last, Rich answers the big question on every football fan's mind: how will the NFL season look in 2020? --- With the cancelation of the Hall of Fame activities that were supposed to take place this week, this conversation helps bring clarity and understanding to the why's and how's of canceling the events. 2020 didn't pan out for the Centennial Class, but the plans for 2021 promise to make Enshrinement Week one of the greatest ever held. Pro Football Hall of Fame Website: http://www.profootballhof.com/?fbclid=IwAR0R4zDkwOfNCov-U8w2AbCfWj9BO7dhDLpUyGsyndkhPJS64P9RqAvLr38 (www.profootballhof.com) Video-on-Demand: https://l.facebook.com/l.php?u=http%3A%2F%2Fvod.profootballhof.com%2F%3Ffbclid%3DIwAR2ejuhO44agGxudokZAKEfPJjshDBoQ0Y8KhIgBM36w2jrtVRp6RBR6H5Y&h=AT0f5Fc_KQPyQdgfMN-pgaTtl9LkQ8jshsCZhyd2QuT4O72SeCGhn1YRf3WF-J7uAn-kXeaDheTxl1eGArQgLJBpH-vSZS-7fp9tVfDCwHUMdktsQ_nmVAWKZiTr7N3O36-LWkCys6FgtZaHGb9D1D9UOsm2yG-ox4IrIwEt-MDM3v6wMxIWXzv5i-FZQx0RLkOZcMMyHwldu0cPHX9a-pbtyPw8i6hT0M4VNpOvFH39xKhJQuljvdqqRwWRlXrD4mStTCZ74nbS-ngEOtVtDYEeW4F0LGXBY8D3Ltooc1qEz8kRMhqL9smHUB8xo8v3_NQ6sF4TqrDlDTlKZ05guNVXy3q0WUNpwm-_dCr5qknfTTbm9v5W5UgPHtHmZXQM8abDrKPvQHUwUs-tvCHal2B9Dm4BVZ4K0l8mmt8bnX4VVZVy5bLMNEjQv0YrsWKGjhdjtGD3skjoqzbKU50NAwU88469IC8RiBlVgI2UbK3Ehh6nv_PyL3rlU_X5xr1gq16oOdamsN2S_3g6wcrJGPYqielnh_u2pV3wipCNw9v-vCu9E7VlqrnnKk0GpuWmCDTbtGS76P9UKFR_34fXl-4KzZFivEQbqgmDGTUvhAVQlwb8-YPKI_W7fKS_lbtfYDevIA1qZSAF8vlAR9_24XyVed9tamqrZuQUSrMk8X44f_Beicg61w (vod.profootballhof.com) Get Level Podcast... Support this podcast

Aug 2020

1 hr 15 min

May is Mental Health Awareness Month, and there's no better time to sit down and listen to a conversation about the truths, myths, realities, and resources regarding mental health. Join your hosts, Josh Aul, Kyle Sweitzer, and Caitlin McCaslin, as they discuss the conversation Josh had with associates from https://cmhdover.org/ (Community Mental Healthcare). A special third guest also joined him for the discussion. Miles Riley, Director of Marketing & Fundraising at https://cmhdover.org/ (CMH) Gwen Malcuit, Behavioral Health Clinical Director at https://cmhdover.org/ (CMH) Jodi Salvo, Director of Substance Use Prevention Services at https://personal-family-counseling.com/ (Personal Family Counseling Services) & Coordinator of the https://www.adctusc.org (Tuscarawas County Anti-Drug Coalition) No matter your current understanding of mental health and mental illness, you'll learn plenty of new things during this conversation. These behavioral health specialists are true subject-matter experts, and they shed a whole new light on mental health. REACH OUT! If you have a message you'd like to share, reach out and let us know, We'd love to have you on the next episode of The Get Level Sessions. Facebook: https://www.facebook.com/getlevelpod/ (facebook.com/getlevelpod) Online: https://www.getlevelpod.com (getlevelpod.com) Email: info@nexleveldesign.com https://glow.fm/getlevelsessions (SUPPORT THE SHOW! glow.fm/getlevelsessions) Support this podcast

May 2020

1 hr